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    Where to get an amp fixed (in SoCal) ?

    I have a 5 year old alpine 5 channel amp. One of the channels is working right, it gets some interferance/hissing and I don't know how to fix it.

    What kind of a shop fixes things like this? Also, does anyone know any particular shops that are good?







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    Re: Where to get an amp fixed (in SoCal) ?

    what is the rest of your system like, you may want to upgrade for the price it will cost to fix it...




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    Re: Where to get an amp fixed (in SoCal) ?

    try here,dont know where're they are located>>>>>http://www.kbaudio.com/index.php?x=m...69b2a8b57e1a23




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    Re: Where to get an amp fixed (in SoCal) ?

    I took the amp into a shop here and they told me it had 3 bad outputs and 8 bad drivers. I don't know anything about amps but that seemed pretty bad.

    I was told it will cost $210 to fix which is pretty ridiculous for an amp I can buy for half that on ebay.

    Other places may be a lot cheaper as I suspect that place was pretty clueless as to what they were doing (i watched one of the technician throw a circuit board on a tv)

    If it is this bad is it worth fixing it though? I mean will it sound the same with all those replacement parts.




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